gee, i guess that's why we have artists, so that they can dream stuff up like this, make it and then sell it.
Please don't die, whether in peace or not!
Can we burn it down after we've nibbled the gingerbread?
I love ticky tacky stuff like this, but I wouldn't put it in MY house.Hubz has a friend who is into these ticky tackys, like, on a zen level or something. The first time I saw the inside of his house, I swear I thought I was in a gift shop. Knick-nacks everywhere. At one point I found myself picking things up to see how much they cost, then realized again I wasn't in a gift shop.Strange.
Thank you, thank you, thank you."...Thomas Kinkade's gentle voice..." Proof--I knew it!
I have the perfect spot for this gift.
$135 for that? I can sit on any street corner in Nola and have a drunk read Christmas stories to me for free!PS not a bad idea to have this during the next Power Point Lock Down at 105 degrees and beans and rice farts after lunch.
When I was a wee boy, I always wanted to paint with light like Thomas Kinkade.
If I had this in my home and was armed with an ice pick, I'm not sure whether I would take out my eyes or ears first.Perhaps I could find Thomas Kinkade instead and take him out.
LOLI think Thomas Kinkade would put his name on anything if he could make money off of it!-Dean
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